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Once accused and accuser: Cotton, Thompson honored for Courage by DOJ - Professor Kimberly J. Cook

WHQR-Most Local Farmers Markets not Equipped for Food Assistance Programs Dr. Jill Waity 4.16.15

Dr. James Johnson-Keynote speech for Poverty Conference America's Non-White Youth, and the Triple Whammy of Geographic Disadvantage

AKD & APS Induction Ceremony Friday April 17th 2015 5:30-8:pm Madeline Suite-Free open to public David G Embrick, PHD - Loyola University- Chicago What Does Diversity Mean in an Era of Color Blindness?

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ETEAL/ALTC Applied learning Panel Working With Community Partners: Opportunities and Challenges Workshop questions, please contact Jill Waity waityj@uncw.edu

CRM 495 Senior Sminar: The Death Penalty - Guest Speakers Panel Discussion- UNCW Cameron Auditorium 105, April 15, 2015 3:30-6:00pm. Professor Kimberly Cook

Racial disparities at heart of N.C. 's struggle with poverty, experts agree Wilmington Star News 3.30.15

Jamir Jamoke, A junior in our dept. uses experience to help poor Wilmington Star News 3.24.15

TAKING THE PULSE ON POVERTY MONDAY, MARCH 30 7-9P.M. BURNEY CENTER FREETaking The Pulse on Poverty

UNCW Students, Faculty Tour U.S. Supreme Court-with one of our Instructors November 11-12, 2014 Babette Boyd

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International Criminal Justice Dates May 26, 2015 to June 21,2015 Program Leader Babette J. Boyd & Dr. Mike Maume

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Welcome to the Department of Sociology and Criminology in the College of Arts and Sciences at UNCW. Our department provides a rich learning experience for students interested in the social sciences. We offer a major in Sociology with either a Public Sociology or General Sociology option.  We also offer a major in Criminology with the option to choose a Criminology or Criminal Justice concentration. In addition, we offer minors in both Sociology and Criminology.  See our MA program webpage for more information about our Master’s in Sociology and Criminology.

For important information about majors, including degree requirements, course descriptions, and admissions requirements, go to these links to view the Sociology, Criminology, or Master’s Program pages.

It typically takes a minimum of two years to complete the requirements for a major in Sociology, whether choosing the General or Public Sociology concentration. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about the major! Please contact [Associate Chair Dr. Donna King].

Our Faculty page has information about all of our faculty members including their areas of research, courses they teach, their personal websites, and course syllabi.

If you are interested in joining the Sociology and Criminology Club or applying for a scholarship, visit Clubs & Scholarships to find out about club meeting schedules, available scholarships, requirements and deadlines.

Giving to Sociology and Criminology

Annual or one-time gifts designated to the department support student scholarships and hands-on applied learning experiences, like the WHA-UNCW Community Campus, that prepares students for successful internships and post graduate careers. Please visit www.uncw.edu/giveonline for several ways to make a tax-deductible gift to UNCW in support of Sociology and Criminology department.

For more information, visit www.uncw.edu/annualgiving

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